Dr. Mark Peter Wright is an artist, researcher and Associate Lecturer for the MA Sound Arts course at London College of Communication.
Mark's practice critically explores the relationship between humans, animals, environments and their associated technologies of 'capture', spanning sound, video, assemblage, text and performance.
Mark has exhibited for various international sites, galleries and publishers including: Art Licks, Centre for Creative Collaboration, Corbel Stone Press, Flat-Time House, GV Art, Interference Journal, IMT Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art Rome, Musicworks, New York Public Library, Paccar Gallery, Sensate Journal and TATE.
Mark has delivered talks and workshops at institutes including: the Centre for Possible Studies, ICA, Parasol Unit, South London Gallery, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, University of Copenhagen and Harvard University. He is also the founder of Ear Room, an online interview project and with Dr Salomé Voegelin co-curates Points of Listening, a monthly series of events and activities.
His PhD was funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and completed at the Centre for Creative Research in Sound Arts Practice (CRiSAP), based at UAL.
Mark's research interests include animal studies, auditory cultures, eco-aesthetics, failure, horror, media archaeology, post-humanism, site-specific art.
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